Would the reverse be true: when a liberal portrays a conservative or libertarian as a witch doctor, would that be racist also?
That isn't a hypothetical questions. Here, for example, is a cartoon from a liberal Seattle Post-Intelligencer cartoonist, David Horsey:
The cartoon is making fun of African culture, is it not? But, since the target is the Bush administration, I expect that no Democrat would think it racist.
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